Scheduled Dates

4/2/2019   05:30 PM  08:30 PM

This event has ended and is no longer available for new enrollments.

Create a Haven for Birds, Bees and Other Pollinators

The will be held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019
From 05:30 PM until 08:30 PM

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Located in : Kenai Peninsula College - Kachemak Bay Campus, P212
Instructor: Brenda Adams

Regular Student: $45.00

A thoughtfully designed, pesticide-free garden can become a wonderful haven for wildlife. Discover the many and often simple ways in which we can create a welcoming, safe, and healthy habitat for butterflies, bees, and
hummingbirds, including which hardy plants and colors are most attractive to each, the best way to provide water for them, and what they need for nesting and rearing their young. Whether your interests include food crops, native plants or ornamentals, or all of these, and regardless of how small or large your garden might be, this seminar will offer helpful information for your success in drawing a range of pollinators to your location.

Additional Information

Advanced registration and payment required by stated deadline.

Students may withdraw from community education, non-credit classes/workshops up to three(3) business days prior to start day of class and receive a 100% refund. After deadlines, no refund is available as instructors have been contracted, materials and supplies purchased and plans made.

Age Range:  16  -  & UP


Late registration not allowed